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, there is no work. >> reporter: the dot-com boom drew them from texas to california and now the prolonged job bust is forcing them out. california unemployment rate is 11.7%. duane cannot find work and last week the bank foreclosed on his family's home. you viewed california as the land of opportunity, how do you view it now? >> personally, i feel like it's the land that we need to get out of, very fast. >> reporter: the conders are moving back to texas where unemployment is lower, 8.4%. in 2010 texas gained nearly 75,000 new residents while california lost nearly 130,000. the biggest state to state shift in the country was people leaving the golden state and heading to the lone star state. and jobs are just one reason. housing is another. this three bedroom home in los angeles recently sold for more than a million dollars. yet here in a suburb of austin, texas this four bedroom home sold for $387,000. the people who bought it, moved from california. >> we'll stay here in texas and we visit california quite a bit. >> reporter: bill moved his family and computer consulting business from california
to missouri, even down into the texas panhandle. shelters are being opened and hundreds of miles of interstate are already closed. >> because they're not going to make it, anyway, even if they get the past any of our check points they can't see. visibility is so poor that it makes its impossible to pass through that area. >> the storm has already proven fatal. in colorado, two died when a prison van lost control on an icy highway. nine others were hospitalized. and four people were killed in new mexico after a two-car collision. two others were seriously injured. by the time the storm finally blows through, snow totals from 4 to 12 inches are expected through grout the region. some areas could see more than two feet. emergency crews have rescued hundreds of stranded motorists. >> they have to go real, real slow. they can't hurry with the visibility the way it is, find a shelter and stay off the road. the good news is forecasters expect the snow to turn into rain before breaking up today or tomorrow. and the longer term outlook shows no major problems expected later this week. >>> so much for a
: they are moving back to texas. where unemployment is lower. 8.4%. in 2010 texas gained 75,000 new residents and california lost 130,000. the biggest state shift in the country was people leaving california and heading to texas. >> jobs are just one reason. housing is another. this home sold for a million dollars. yet, here in austin, texas, this home sold for $380,000. the people who bought it moved from california. >> he moved his family and his business from california to austin. they traded in a one bedroom apartment for this four bedroom home. >> if we stayed in california, in order for us to make it where we want to live, we need to be a two income family. >> reporter: with the lower cost of living, his wife now stays home with their daughter. >> we go to gym. swimming lessons. >> reporter: yet they miss the california weather and the ocean. >> my first surf board. >> reporter: for now they will trade blue waters for greener pastures. >>> what does madonna have in common with michael jackson? the gig she handed that will be one of her biggest gigs ever. >>> coming up next on game day.
-out to my family in san antonio texas. i love you, i miss you, merry christmas, happy holidays. >> axelrod: it didn't take long but within days of the last u.s. troops leaving iraq's a wave of violence swept through baghad this week. at least 16 bombs exploded thursday in shiite neighborhoods, killing about 70 people and wounding another 200. last week we met one iraqi worried about his safety because he had worked for the americans. in a follow-up tonight elizabeth palmer tells us about his spiking fear. >> reporter: just days after the u.s. withdrew the last troops from iraq and the political battle raging between the shiite prime minister and suni vice president, this new violence invoked fears that this country may be headed for a civil war. the bombs hit too close to home for an iraqi man we will call terry. a former u.s. military interpreter we met last week in baghdad who worked with the army fighting fraud in reconstruction projects. he asked that we conceal his identity to protect him. >> what did you do for the united states? >> i helped them distinguish who were the good guys an
to the holiday bowl. waiting for them in san diego the texas longhorns who work ronde their jumping. second quarter watch david ash, the longhorns with the reverse. jackson, shipley, goes in for the touchdown. horns take a 7-3 lead. bears have the answer. get together outside. take itself in from six yards up. cal up 10-7. it's ash finding goodwin for a 47-yard touchdown. texas takes care of the bears 21-10. >>> hot stove. the a's trade away players like gift cards, today they sent bailey to boston along with ryan sweeney. bailey saved 24 games last season in oakland. in return the a's get 24-year- old out fielder josh reddick and two minor leaguers. >>> it's time for the wednesday night top five. air force with the extra point to tie it in the military bowl. instead's call a fake. the pitch is wide and the kicker kick itself accidentally out of bounds. air force looses. >>> number four, victor, on the break. the hoosiers loose the first of the year. >>> chris bosh faking the jumper. goes hard to the hoop. throws it down. miami beats the bobcats. >>> james gets no love. dunks on behinder so
. the oklahoma and texas panhandles and eastern new mexico. snowfall amounts may range as high as a foot and a half in some places. >>> snow over the weekend hit parts of the midwest including indiana. the slippery conditions on the road caused some accidents and minor injuries. >>> to washington now. so many americans depend on is unknown. we all thought they had a deal after the senate battle it out and now lawmakers appear headed for another capital showdown. whit johnson has more. >> reporter: in a surprise move, house speaker john boehner rejected saturday's senate deal to extend the payroll tax holiday for two months. >> it's pretty clear that i and our members oppose the senate bill. it's only for two months. >> reporter: yesterday, boehner supported the measure, but following a series of calls with house republicans, he changed his mind. he now insists any deal should last for a year. >> i believe that two months is just kicking the can down the road. the american people are tired of that. frankly, i'm tired of it. >> reporter: bipartisan majority of the senate voted to stop the
to meet with his wife this afternoon in atlanta. one of cain's republican rival texas governor rick perry told jay leno last night, he thinks the personal lives of candidates do matter and that cain has to address the accusations against him. >> look. he is going to have to address those. i've said a couple times over the last few days is he's addressing them. i mean, if there is truth there, then, you know, he's got to have a long conversation with his family and with his supporters, and if there is nothing there, he needs to stand up and clearly go on about his business. >> meanwhile, a confident new gingrich says he will win the republican nomination. gingrich told abc news, he says the recent polls, the odds are very high he will be the nominee. >>> overseas now. new developments regarding nato air strikes last week against two pakistan border outposts. this morning, it's reported that pakistani officers gave the go ahead for the attack. "wall street journal" quotes unnamed american officers as saying the pakistani officers were unaware they had troops in the area. 24 pakistan soldier
by representative ron paul of texas with 18%. and mitt romney with 16. in the latest nbc news poll in new hampshire, the site of the first primary, mitt romney leads with 39%, followed by gingrich with 23, paul with 16. though gingrich and mitt romney lead, it is michelle bachmann who sees cain supporterrings coming to her side. >> they saw herman cain as an outsider. and i think they will see my voice will be the most like his overall the democrats review the loss as a gain. >> inside and outside the beltway, woke up today to a very different political environment, and one in which ne wt gingrich is very real. >> reporter: with gingrich coming forward, mitt romney steady and the republicans still divided, the g.o.p. members were asked if they could go into the race without a nominee. >> highly doubtful, we will be unified, because this president needs to be fired. >> reporter: before that can happen, a clear candidate must come forward. that may begin in iowa. drew levinson. >>> and more arrests in the occupy movement, this time in washington, d.c. they moved in on the protesters, who refused to d
in texas, but also to put a positive depiction on something that some americans might think is a social taboo. target stores were the target of a nationwide demonstration. mothers in the south bay showed up in full force to breast feed their babies inside. >> trying to get people to be more comfortable with seeing it done in public. >> we're talking to sex lize our body parts and it is really easy to think, you know, she is breast feeding that so that involves a breast and a bad thing to have. >> a texas mom had a humiliating experience at a target store last month and michelle refused to nurse her baby in a dressing room. >> they came and started to walk by and shake their heads and rolling their eyes. and shake their head, no, no, i'm doing something so horrible, i'm feeding my baby, here. >> she helped create a facebook page declaring a target nurse- in. the page has more than 6200 members. breast feeding moms are protected in california. the civil code says notwithstanding any other provision of law, a mother may breast feed her child in any location public or private. and other sho
after them now. >>> we need help. >> plus, it was a tragedy in texas. police releasing the chilling 911 call from that christmas day shooting. >>> a recall for a popular kids' toy. the safety concerns that has a company pulling build a bears off store shelves. >> fog still lingering all over the bay area. when will it clear and will we see rain? coming up, a look at your seven- day forecast after the break. their war games. tehran says this is video of a u-s aircraft carrier near the strait of hormuz. that's a >> iran says it spotted a u.s. warship spying on their war games. tehran says this is video of a u.s. aircraft carrier near the strait of hormuz. that's a key route for oil shipments and the site of a 10- day iranian military exercise. the pentagon did say that the stennis moved through the strait yesterday. iran has threatened to close the strait in response to western sanctions. >>> texas police releasing the 911 call from a christmas day shooting that left 7 dead in an apartment complex. authorities believe the caller was the shooter. take a listen. >> hello, 911. do you need h
, a texas-based firm. clients include apple, the miami police department and u.s. air force. the department of defense told cbs news there has been, quote, no impact on pentagon networks. >>> a christmas tragedy in texas. seven members of one family were found shot to death. police say it was murder and suicide and happened after they finished opening presents. selena hernandez of ktvt, our station in dallas-ft. reports. >> reporter: the merriment of the holiday was overshadowed by a horrific crime scene. grapevine police say the bodies of seven people were found shot to death inside this apartment unit. investigators say the victims include four women and three men and range in age from 18 to early 60s. police believe they are related, but can't elaborate on the extent of their ties. a 911 call led officers to the gruesome discovery. investigators say it appeared the family had just celebrated the holiday, unwrapped packages were found. as were two handguns. it's still unclear what led to the deadly shooting, but police do believe the gunman is dead. about nine hours later, investigators t
for the democrats is that the bill requires construction of an 1,800 mile oil pipeline from canada to texas. president obama wants to put off a decision on that. >>> today, the senate is also scheduled to vote on two proposed constitutional amendments requiring a balanced federal budget. neither one is expected to pass. >>> federal safety officials are recommending banning all electronic devices while driving. that includes talking on a cell phone, even hands-free, and also texting and e-mailing. national transportation safety board cause such devices a deadly distraction. according to the government, distracted driving caused 900,000 crashes last year. 417,000 people were injured and 3,092 were killed. bigad shaban has more. >> reporter: john skunzio makes many of his deals on the road. he's a fabric salesman who spends about three hours a day driving while talking on his hands-free cell phone. >> if i don't have that luxury, then it means almost wasted time while i'm driving. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board is calling for state bans nationwide on the use of portable
system is on the move from texas to the mid-atlantic state. later today, parts of the southwest will get another round of snow and the southeast will be rainy with a chance of strong thunderstorms. >>> now to sports. a dramatic end to the annual poinsettia bowl game in san diego. with the score tied and under five minutes left, tcu's quarterback connected on a 42-yard touchdown pass. tcu held on to beat louisiana tech 31-24. >>> in college basketball, a win for fifth ranked north carolina. at home in chapel hill against texas. the heels got a season high 26 points from harrison barnes. john henson added 14, as carolina cruised to an 82-63 victory. >>> in the nba, things got a little overheated between the heat and the magic in orlando. miami's lebron james was shoved to the floor and he fell and nothing was called on magic's quinton richardson. later, james made a jumper and richardson bumped him with a shoulder drawing a technical foul. orlando hung on to win the game 104-100. >>> in another nba preseason game, the los angeles lakers kobe bryant did not play because of a torn ligament i
a provision to require work on a controversial oil pipeline from canada to texas. that's opposed by the white house and senate democrats. >>> federal deficit appears to be shrink. how about that? according to congressional estimates, the government is on track to run a deficit below $1 trillion for the first time in four years. still, those numbers could change if congress extends the payroll tax cut and long-term unemployment benefits by the end of the month. >>> 4:40. now who is back? >> this guy just doesn't work enough. >> hello. >> he is back on the morning show. >> what's going on, guys? >> nice tie. >> you like that, huh? >> what is that? >> this is rudolph the red- nosed reindeer. >> and the island of mr. toys, abominable snowman. i break them all out at this time of the year. folks, it's very frosty around the bay area this morning out the door. the valleys look at cold temperatures again, some numbers down into the 20s in the santa rosa area, freezing now in napa, 31 in fairfield, 34 in livermore. patchy fog in the valleys early on. the system that brought us showers yesterday is sa
-10 to the texas longhorns. this is the holiday bowl down in san diego. cal turned the ball over five times. the quarterback had a rough day. he was sacked six times. touchdown for texas. bears end the season with a 7-6 record. i watched for about 15 minutes and said, i can't watch anymore. [ laughter ] >> shut your eyes. >> i kind of forgot in the first half. then the 3rd quarter i have to go to bed. eh. sorry, bears. >>> the country's most desirable celebrity neighbor likes to take his knee for touchdowns apparently. >> according to a national survey folks want denver broncos quarterback tim tebow living next door. real estate information company zillow says angelina jolie and brad pitt and jennifer aniston were the top three. a majority of respondents didn't like any choices for a celebrity neighborhood. >> especially they would choose a quarterback. >> especially the guy in the spotlight. he would be the nicest guy if the world. >> probably why they chose him. >> borrow a cup of sugar, no problem. >>> 5:26 now. an east bay choir asked to perform at the london olympics. the major obstacl
seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident in eastern new mexico near the texas border. authorities believe heavy snow and high winds are to blame. the storm is also being blamed for two deaths in colorado when a van lost control on an icy highway, with snow and wind and obscured the midwestern landscape, the southwest snow storm made its way east to kansas. in garden city, to the west, the storm slammed the heartland's highways affecting cars, suvs and tractor trailers alike all left stranded along the road. the blizzard started monday in new mexico, forcing the closure of multiple interstates around the town of ratone. >> they told us it's whiteout conditions. >> reporter: more than 150 mile of i-25 from santa fe to north colorado. >> even if they get past any of our checkpoints, they can't see. visibility is so poor that it makes it impossible to pass through that area. >> reporter: the prechristmas winter blast whipped through parts of texas and oklahoma where forecasters say up to 16 inches could fall on the panhandle by the end of today, bringing with it up to 35-mile-per-hour winds.
. no one claimed responsibility for the attack. >>> police say seven people were shot to death in texas right after they opened their christmas gifts and started to clean up the wrapping paper. they found the bodies of four women and three men after responding to an open 9-1-1 line. 9-1-1 dialed but no one answers the dispatcher. people are between 16 and 18. police believe one of the seven people were the shooter. two handguns found near the body. no word yet on a possible motive. >>> golden state warriors play today since the lockout. they play the clippers at 7:30 in oakland. the lockout was caused by a battle between players an owners over profit. the players with an average salary of $2.3 million a year received $100,000. some 300 employees and the vendors got nothing. also laid off 400 people. fans seemed ready to putt it behind them and spend tonight. >> we got $16 season warrior t- shirts. whoo! and a portrait. >> i just got a bean benaie and a shirt. >> we'll have it all. >>> it's not a pedal bike and a motorbike, but it's making it easier to get around in the bay area congesti
bones. >>> in texas, police say seven people were shot today right after they opened their christmas gifts and cleaned up the garbage. they responded to an open 9-1-1 lines. they dialed but no one on the line. between 18 and 60 all believe to be related. one of the seven people, police believe, is the shooter. >> any day of the year is tragic, certainly because it is christmas, makes it more tragic given the fact that families are supposed to come together and celebrate the holidays. so it's certainly hard on the, you know, it's part of our job. >> two handguns found near the body. no word yet of the motive. >>> deadly day in afghanistan as attacked a funeral. american and nato troops took time to celebrate christmas. >> reporter: terror reigned in a funeral in afghanistan sunday when a suicide bomber blew himself up killing at least 20 and wounding 50. the man detonated this bomb as mourners were leaving the service. parliament was among the dead. there have been several attacks over the past year. u.n. says this is the worst it's been since america toppled the taliban in 2001. desp
, a texas think-tank, and stole thousands of credit card numbers from its clients. they posted part of the data online and claimed it was using the information to make gifts to charity. their clients include the u.s. air force. the candidates are taking christmas off, but the pollsters are not. whit johnston has details. >> today, mitt romney got a christmas gift from new hampshire. a new poll has him leading by over 32 points. although he trails newt nationally, he has polled better with independents. there are 24 million independents. democrats and republicans have them beat with more than 70 million combined, but their numbers have been slipping. president obama's victory was due to a surge of independents and he knows he has to do more to win back their support. jim kessler is a senior vice president of third way. >> they are very fickle voters. you don't know what they are going to do. >> reporter: as americans grow more disgusted with dysfunction in washington and are turned off by bitter party politics, candidates may want to think purple instead of red or blue. >> in sports,
temperatures are expected today. as the storm moved east, there was rough weather in texas, arkansas, and illinois. the snow, ice and strong winds made highway travel dangerous. >> lots of wrecks. lots of sliding into curves and breaking the tires off their beads, cars rolling over on their tops. >> little rock, arkansas, and nashvill nashville, tennessee, could get an inch of wet snow today. >>> now to politics. mitt romney has unveiled what he calls his closing argument, promising a more aggressive campaign. and president obama is also on the attack making it a pitch to the middle class. tara mergener is in washington with more on all of this. good morning, tara. >> good morning to you, betty. republicans are trying to keep the president on the defense over the weak u.s. economy. in the meantime, mitt romney is ramping up his campaign as newt gingrich surges in the polls. mitt romney is battling to take back his lead in the gop race. >> now it's time to make our case to the people. >> reporter: and in arizona tuesday, he promised a more aggressive campaign ahead of next month's iow
law. gingrich says he'll continue no matter the outcome in iowa, texas governor rick perry is not so sure. when asked if there was an outcome next tuesday that would force him from the race, perry said, it might, if that is, quote, god's will. >>> one republican candidate isn't focusing on iowa. jon huntsman has spent his time to win voters in new hampshire. huntsman says the iowa results will soon be forgotten. >>> the day after the iowa caucuses, president obama will do a little campaigning himself. it's in iowa. -- it's in ohio. a key state he won in 2008 but it has been hard hit by the economy and that will be the focus of the president's visit. yesterday, mr. obama and the first lady visited the memorial honoring the more than 2,300 americans killed in the attack on pearl harbor in 1941. and threw flower petals over the sunken halt of the "uss arizona." >>> north korea says its new leadership does not change his position. north korean political and military elites are uniting around kim jong-un who replaced his late father. the north military says anyone expecting them to ease i
with support from 25% of likely voters in the leadoff iowa caucus. texas congressman, ron paul, has 18%. and mitt romney is close behind with 16%. cain, michele bachmann and perry are all in single digits. >>> call your congressman, that's the plea from president obama. pressure lawmakers to extend the payroll tax cut. 160million americans will see smaller paychecks if the extension expires. there's little agreat many on agreement on capitol hill to pay for it. democrats want a new tax on millionaires. republicans want more federal spending cuts. >> the republicans refuse, they want to keep in doubt whether the middle class will have a texas cut, hold that hostage to protect tax cuts to the wealthiest people. >> republican leaders couldn't muster the votes in their own party to pass the extension. and some democrats want to do more than extend the cuts. they want to expand it as well. >> a rare attack inside baghdad's green zone was captured on camera. an iraqi military leader showed the video to reporters. approaching a check point in a car, then backing up. the green zone has the
tragedy. >> what we're now learning about seven people found in a texas home. >>> terrorist attacks in nigeria killed 39 people. now the white house is stepping in to help catch the killers. we will have the story coming up. >>> and a sand santa. the hope this artist gives to the people in india. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >>> 4:43. on to texas. police are trying to learn why seven people were shot to death. four women and three men were found dead in an apartment near fort worth. police think that they are all related. they also believe the killer is among the dead. the shooting apparently happened when the victims were cleaning up wrapping paper after they opened their christmas gifts. >>> and fire investigators in connecticut have not yet entered the waterfront home where five members of one family were killed in a house fire on christmas morning. a fashion industry advertising executive three daughters
coast has mostly clear skies and showers are heading into texas. later today, cold air spreads through the midwest, up to a foot of lake-effect snow expected to hit the great lakes region. sunny skies and mild temperatures in the southeast. >>> in sports, ben roethlisberger plays through the pain to lead pittsburgh over cleveland. in the second quarter, scott paxson comes down hard on roethlisberger's ankle. x-rays come up negative, so big ben comes back in the fourth and tosses a strike to antonio brown who scampers 9 yar79 yards for touchdown. steelers over the colts. >>> jim irsay said last night he does not see a glimmer of hope that quarterback peyton manning will return this season. manning had surgery on his neck in september. without their all-star quarterback, the colts are now 0-12. >>> a seismic shift in baseball this morning. hometown hero albert pujols is leaving st. louis and going to los angeles. the three-time national league mvp signed a ten-year contract with the angels worth $254 million. that's the second highest in major league history. pujols spent 11 years with t
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that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> pelley: most americans dreaming of a white christmas will have to go on dreaming. snowfall will be limited to just a little bit here and there, and a lot of people who make a living on snow are worried. we asked michelle miller to find out what's driving our unusual uoliday weather. >> reporter: the grand opening at the bear creek mountain ski resort was anything but grand. it was a balmy 42 degrees and just one of the 21 trails was open for snowboarders like haley schulz. l the conditions are really rough. there's not much snow. r: reporter: last december, nature provided 20 inches of snow here. all of this snow was man made, thanks to snow-making machines owich cost nearly $5,000 an hour. nark schroetel is the bear creek general manager. >> our groomers were out. they said that they could liter
night that killed five people in central texas. >>> the theme around here seems to be, grace, if you talk to people on a daily basis, you know, the seven-day forecast, 10 days out, we're not seeing any precipitation. it's causing concern certainly in the ski areas, as well. >> we haven't had rain or snow. >> come on, elizabeth. get with the program. [ laughter ] >> don't you like sunshine? you like the wet stuff, yeah. but it was a big deal if you're traveling so if you are traveling towards texas or heading towards the midwest, you may want to call ahead to check for possible flight delays. we're not hearing about anything like that right now. as they mentioned it's pretty good out there now. we have colder temperatures. there is some fog mostly along the coastline, also portions of the delta and the central valley but as far as rain showers go we're not seeing much. this afternoon miles and plenty of sunshine. we have a high pressure in place so that low that brought us slight rain yesterday morning is continuing south. we are left with this, a chillier start but once again, by th
've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> pelley: in the republican presidential race, mitt romney took the high road today at a town meeting in cedar rapids, iowa. he declined to criticize newt gingrich. just yesterday, romney's supporters began running an attack ad that called gingrich untrustworthy. three weeks before the caucuses, romney is running second in iowa. gingrich leads with 31%; romney is in a virtual tie with ron paul at 17% and 16%. paul doesn't get a lot of attention in the media, so we asked dean reynolds to catch up with the texas congressman. >> there's no doubt in my mind that the bigger the government is, the smaller your liberties are. >> reporter: ron paul is 76 years old, thinks the civil war was a mistake, that the i.r.s. should be abolished, and that the u.s. should withdraw from much of the world, leavi
employees in texas asked a woman to go in a dressing room to breast-feed her baby instead of being out in the store. yesterday, women gathered at the retailer stores including this one in san jose to nurse their babies in support of that woman in texas. target insists that it has always been a family store and its policy officially does not restrict women where they can breast-feed. >>> it is 4:55 now. his evening began with a dinner in beverly hills but paul diamond ended up getting the heimlich maneuver from a 325- pound football player. >> yikes. >> it happened yesterday at lowery's beef bowl which every year serves prime rib to members of the teams playing in the rose bowl. diamond bit off more than he could chew so a university of oregon guard got behind him and gave him the potentially life- saving bear hug. >> the first heave was a test heave because the guy seemed a little old. i didn't want to break his ribs. so test heave and he seemed like he could handle a full force heave so i popped it out. >> asper even broke the man's sunglasses while helping him and says he will replac
into colorado. texas authorities say they've rescued at least 100 stranded motorists. as the storm pushed off to the east, that snow turned to rain. the only good news about this system, scott, is that it brought much-needed moisture to drought-ridden parts of oklahoma and texas. >> pelley: cynthia, how are the roads now? >> reporter: the roads in central kansas are fine, bit in the west near the colorado border the interstates are now opening but a lot of the u.s. highways are still closed due to that heavy snowfall you talked about. >> pelley: cynthia, thank you. overseas thousands of women took to the streets of cairo today in what may have been the biggest bmen's demonstration in egypt's history sparked by recent attacks on women by egyptian soldiers. in one attack, a woman in muslim dress was half stripped, beaten and kicked. late tonight, egypt's ruling military council put out an apology. as north korea mourned today, its new leader appeared in heblic for the first time since his father's sudden death. kim jong-un paid his respects at a mausoleum where kim jong-il lies in a glass coffi
's the real problem. the house bill would force the approval of the keystone pipeline from canada to texas. it's a construction project which the president has efebtively put on hold past the election because of objections by environmentalists by sending it back for further review. the president has said that he would reject a bill with the pipeline provision in it, reject really means veto, if it actually passed and came to him. >> yeah, certainly a very contentious project. obviously, you have jobs, energy, the environment all wrapped up in that project. bill, what are the chances that a deal gets done between the president and congress before they're supposed to go on break later this week? >> well, don't buy those tickets just yet. probably not by the week's end. i mean, the leadership in both houses has told members that they are likely to be in session this weekend. the senate will probably vote on the bill, which the house is expected to pass today, just to show that it can't pass the senate with the pipeline provision in it. then some time later this week or this weekend, the two house
to approve or reject the construction of the controversial keystone xl pipeline from canada to texas. the president wanted to wait to make that decision until 2013, but republicans say the pipeline will create thousands of jobs. rebecca. >> so, nancy, does congress actually go home without resolving this? is there a chance of that? >> a tactic that house republicans have used before is to pass a bill, send it to the senate and say, here's our plan, take it or leave it. we're going home. but what the senate democrats are doing now to try to prevent that is holding up a spending bill, refusing to sign off on it. this is a spending bill that would fund the government for the next nine months, but this is a very high stakes game of chicken, rebecca, the government is set to run out of funding on friday. >> you also have this high-profile election taking place right now. cbs' nancy cordes on capitol hill, thanks so much. >>> speaking of that election and the race for the white house this morning, there are signs that newt gingrich is starting to pull ahead of the pact. >> pretty extraordi
. >>> in texas police say the man who shot six family members before killing himself was dressed as santa claus. officers responded to the apartment in the suburb of grapevine yesterday. two handguns were found near the bodies of four women and three men. police believe the gunman opened fire while his relatives were opening presents. >>> a news conference is scheduled for tomorrow to christmas morning fire that killed three children and their grandparents in connecticut. it happened near dawn. the multistory home was being renovated. it was leveled meaning investigators likely know how to fire started. >>> no doubt, not every christmas wish was granted this year. for a family in the south bay they hope for a miracle. the return of their dog who they are convinced was caught up in a prechristmas break in. >> even the grinch had a dog, max. >> he took his dog max and took a threat and tied a hole on to top of hits head. >> the lancer family is convinced it was more than a grinch like thief who broke in their home thursday. >> my wife got home and found the doors were open, the gifts taken. >> wo
in round rock, texas, managed as to sync up his christmas lights to the song, do you recognize it? it is carol of the bells. pretty cool, huh? >> i would like to do that at my house. absolutely. >>> hey, folks, it is time for "food for bay area families." it's that time where we get a chance to give back a little bit. we're joined today with a couple of special guests, three of them. michelle is a senior market manager at bank of america. larry sly is from the food bank. we have jeremy williams down here to talk to us about the great presentation. and bank of america coming through today, what have you got for us? >> absolutely today we have a donation from the bank of america charitable foundation to the contra costa and solano county food banks. >> great. what inspired you guys to do this? >> this is part of our national partnership with feeding america where we support the critical needs of all the communities across our footprint. >> that's fantastic. larry, every time he comes down here they do nothing but give you thousands of dollars. this must make you feel great. >> yes.
shot at winning in iowa. the texas congressman has a loyal base of supporters in the state who have not stopped working since his bid for the presidency in 2008. in a race that cycled through front-runners, iowas may be anyone's to win. terrell brown, cbs news, washington. >>> coming up, a driver turns a major highway in california into a demolition derby. >> how investigators say that a drunk driver took out seven telephone poles. >>> it's that time of the year again, giving back to the environment. san francisco's tree chipping service returns and coming up we'll tell you why this year is a momentous occasion. >>> and we have hazy sunshine over the bay right now but the fog we saw earlier this morning is out of here. we are seeing some warmer temperatures, a few areas with more sunshine. more coming up. [ male announcer ] how do you say... welcome to the neighborhood. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you say... can you believe it's been 20 years since college? ♪ [ male announcer ] nothing says "you're special" like boursin, a creamy, crumbly blend of real cheese and savory herbs, b
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bowl. cal plays texas. and san francisco hockey team with all the right moves in the third straight national title game, taking on duke, scoreless, setting up teresa noyola, cardinals finally break through and win their first ever national title. final round of tiger woods' tournament at sherwood country club, down south, down south, where? down south. and tiger sunk a birdie on 17 to tie zack johnson, trust me it was pretty amazing, you know the cardinals victory was pretty impressive we had to keep it until the very end. there is tiger woods at the sherwood country club, he sinks the birdie on 17, to tie zack johnson at 9-under. so it comes to the 18, and he needs this for birdie. [cheering and applause] >> and there it is, a w for tiger woods for the first time in more than two years. >> aren't you glad you waited for that? tiger woods birdies at, wins for the first time since november of 2009. really interesting day in the sports world. >> yeah, and we're watching stanford women? >> yes, they won the national title for soccer, third try, they finally get it after the third try.
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in texas killing five but for a lot of travelers it was more of a nuisance as they set off for the holiday. >> it was crazy. i slid off in the median was there for hours waiting for help. took me three hours to get 30 miles. >> the storm is creating a big boost for hotels along the interstates. >>> we are clearing out across the bay area. check out this view from behind me of the weather behind us on the roof cam. looks good. beautiful picture over san francisco. we are expecting mild temperatures by later on this afternoon. so currently out there right now, mostly in the 50s. you will notice in concord it's chilly only 41 degrees right now. still waiting for some cloud cover, some fog to clear but overall, yeah, we're not doing too bad. definitely no winter storms out there for us here in the bay area. so we did still have a little bit of low clouds, fog over portions of the central valley, also through concord as i mentioned, fairfield. antioch still waiting for some clouds to clear. but overall, by this afternoon, mild temperatures, sunshine, even a tick above average for this time of t
charges. . >>> texas police say seven people were shot to death right after they opened their gifts and started cleaning up the wrapping paper. authorities say they found the bodies of four women and three men in the fort worth apartment after responding to an open 911 line. that's when 911 is dialed but nobody responds to the dispatcher. the people are between the ages of 18 and 60 and are believed to be related. it's thought one of the decease is the shoot effort. >> any day of the year is tragic and on christmas it's more tragic, they are supposed to come together and celebrate the holidays. so it's -- it's hard on the -- its part of our job. >> two guns were found near the bodies. there is no body on motive. >>> its being called the worst christmas day ever in one city in connecticut. fire went through the stanford home of an advertising executive killing both parents and her three daughters. a 10-year-old and 7-year-old. police say the parent was visiting for the holidays. the executive and a friend escaped. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> and a deadly day i
the president speed up a decision on an oil pipeline from canada to texas. he wanted to delay a decision on the controversial project. but republicans say it will bring much-needed jobs. >> everybody in washington says they want more american jobs right now. well, here's the single largest shovel-ready project in america. it is literally ready to go. >> reporter: members of the house are expected to return next week to debate the payroll tax extension. drew levinson, cbs news. >>> ground zero of the "occupy" movement makes a dramatic comeback. how protestors made their move on holy ground. >>> a marine asking the first lady a question that caught her off guard. >>> doesn't feel like christmas out there. mostly clear cool nights with mild temperatures continuing as the dry pattern will likely carry through the holiday weekend. i'll have the forecast details coming up next. a chain-link fence to establish a camp site. earlier >>> dozens of "occupy" wall street protestors were arrested today when they tried to climb over a chain-link fence to establish a campsite. earlier "occupy wall stree
of texas. carolina wins by 19. that's your top five. that's your sports. >> didn't they used to give you a car for that? or a million dollars. >> yeah. now it's $500. i have never seen anybody make it. >> we will be right back. [ monica ] i'm away on a movie shoot and it hasn't been going exactly as planned. cut. cut! [ monica ] i thought we'd be on location for 3 days -- it's been 3 weeks. so i had to pick up some more things. good thing i've got the citi simplicity card. i don't get hit with a fee if i'm late with a payment... which is good because on this job, no! bigger! [ monica ] i may not be home for a while. [ male announcer ] the new citi simplicity card. no late fees. no penalty rate. no worries. to
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to figure out what sparked the deadly fire. >>> police in texas say that the gunman who killed search people, including himself, in a christmas day shooting, was dressed as santa claus. it happened in an apartment near the dallas/forth worth airport. and police say the shooter showed up at a relative's house in a santa outfit. when the family was opening presents and they say sometime later, he shot four women, and two men, inside the home. before killing himself. all the victims were related. >>> in santa clara county alone, 243 people arrested for dui. officers made the arrests during a nine-day period from december 16-24. christmas eve. during the same period last year, the number was higher. at 286. there were no deaths this year linked to duis. drivers throughout the bay area should expect heightened dui patrols and checkpoints through new years eve. >>> coming up, trapped in one of the coldest places on earth. >> the rescue under way to free a ship that is stuck down in antarctica. >>> and in memory of the late founder, how apple is expected to honor steve jobs with the next i-pad. >>>
at highly ranked texas tech from 2000 to 2009. over 20 years of coaching, one of his players was shot by a gang member, and he got rid of another who posted gang slogans on his facebook page. i think if you have somebody drawing influence from something negative off campus, especially something illegal that involves drugs and firearms, well then i think you risk contaminating the other 125 players. >> reporter: as part of a special report on gangs and sports, "sports illustrated" and cbs news went to a city, compton, where gangs and sports intersect unlike any other. the birthplace over the years of hundreds of blue chip recruits, and today, 34 active gangs involving more than 1,000 members. >> we have a gang called cv-3. we have locos 13. >> reporter: sergeant brandon dean is a supervisor in the gang unit in the l.a. county sheriff's department. >> a lot of these athletes are involved in the gang, even if they tonight want to be. they start playing sports but there's such an outer influence for them to join that gang or at least be associated with them to the point where they're some
. >> saturday's compromise requires the president speed up a decision on an oil pipeline from canada to texas. he wanted to delay a decision on the controversial project, but republicans say it will bring much needed jobs. >> everybody in washington says they want more american jobs right now. well here's the single largest shovel ready project in america. it is literally ready to go. >> members of the house are expected to return next week to debate the payroll tax extension. drew levenson. >>> drivers in southern california, or anybody heading there for the holidays are breathing a sigh of relief. crews work around the clock to demolish part of a freeway overpass. a tanker truck carrying 8800 gallons of gas started a fire. the reopening brings an end to three grueling days of gridlock. >>> in the philippines, more than 520 people are dead after flash floods devastated a southern region. most of the victims were sleeping when raging flood waters came down from the mountains after 12 hours of rain. hundreds of others climbed to the rooftops. the area is not used to the typhoons that happen
them operate trash compactors and dough mixers. the texas-based parent company that owns chuck e. cheeses has not commented but the feds say the company has agreed to pay $28,000 in fines and comply with federal regulations. >>> first there was black friday, then cyber monday. and now it is green monday. from the consumer watch, julie watts explains why the surge in shopping this holiday season translates into a record season for shippers. hey, julie? >> reporter: hi there, dana. that is right. green monday, it is one of the biggest shopping days for online retailers, but it is also the single biggest shipping day for fedex. and as it turns out, the two are directly related. >> how much of your holiday shopping have you done on line? >> i would say 85-90%. >> a majority of my shopping is online shopping. >> reporter: holiday cyber sales are up 15%, totaling more than $25 billion so far. and experts say that's the primary reason fedex is expected to make 17 million deliveries today alone. making it the busiest day in the company's 40-year history. >> consumers are spending more, b
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